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Gender And Sexual Orientation Differences In Sex Frequency, Sex Partner Quantity, And Extrarelational Sex

Jamie Stroud

Table of contents

Introduction

In this article I analyze all research studies on gender and sexual orientation differences in regards to sex frequency, sex partner amount, and extrarelational sex that I could find and obtain.

Discussion

The results could be explained by saying that females naturally have a lower sex drive than males. However, another possibility is that females are nurtured to have a lower sex drive than males. On the one hand, females have a much higher chance of being slut-shamed for their sexual behavior than males do. On the other hand, hypothetically, slut-shaming should be less frequent amongst homosexual females, and yet, homosexual females not only have a lower quantity of sex partners, but lower frequencies of sex even within relationships too. If females truly are nurtured to have a lower sex drive, it seems likely that it must be imprinted during a critical period.

Sex Frequency Comparisons

Sex Partner Amount Comparisons

Extrarelational Sex Comparisons

Appendix

References


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